skelleex — 2012-02-08T10:23:38-05:00 — #1
Anyone has any idea what are the resolution for a splashscreen for android? I would like to get the ideal size for the low, medium and high density images. Any help will greatly be appreciated.
samanime — 2012-02-08T13:05:32-05:00 — #2
There isn't one fixed size. Every phone can have a different resolution (just like monitors on a normal computer).
It looks like the three resolutions you'll want to hit now are: 320x480, 480x854 (Droid), and 480x800 (Nexus One) (for mobile devices).
Tablets obviously have different sizes.
skelleex — 2012-02-08T13:10:58-05:00 — #3
Ok understood but like the icons how it can be 32x32 and such can you have one high res image and the phone adjusts it to fit the screen?
samanime — 2012-02-16T11:13:07-05:00 — #4
Depends how you program it, but generally yes.
With some advanced systems (like jQuery Mobile), you can actually specify a high-res and low-res version and it'll switch them appropriately.
nightstalker — 2012-02-16T13:47:23-05:00 — #5
The splash screen, is thing going to be a mobile website or a native application?
system — 2012-02-21T00:07:25-05:00 — #6
Some of the newer devices like the HTC Rezound have gone up to 1280x720 even. Keep that in mind as well.